Available courses

BIB3320 - Prophets

This course will explore the corpus of Old Testament prophets. Issues of genres, themes, and historical context will be examined. Students will gain an awareness of overarching themes and styles within the prophets as well as an understanding of the unique contributions of the individual books.

ENG2015 - Introduction to Literature

Students engage in a variety of expository writing exercises, including literary analysis, through the critical study of various literary genres, including poetry, short fiction, drama, and the novel.



Teacher: Karla Adair

ENG1115 - English Reading and Composition

This course involves reading and interpreting a variety of narrative and expository texts including essays, fiction, and one longer, significant text. Students compose a sequence of expository essays and a research paper. Instruction emphasizes reading and writing as discourse with a focus on purpose/setting/thesis formation, sentence and paragraph structure, and essay development.

Teacher: Kari Lee

THE3200 Apostolic Theology

This course explores the issues attendant at the praxis of New Testament theological teachings and contemporary society. Emphasis is placed on the importance of biblical ideals and the challenges and processes for bringing them from the timeless into the timely and from abstract thoughts to concrete reality.

CHM3710 Strategic Leadership

Students develop practical skills for leading churches and other multicultural faith-based organizations. Focus areas include analyzing organizational culture and dynamics, vision casting, team building, finance, and strategies for dealing with change.